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■ Abbreviation / Long Form : TAE / transcatheter angiographic embolization

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Long Form:   transcatheter angiographic embolization
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2017 A new method for traumatic renal injury in a canine model. TTBR
2015 A multicentre retrospective study of transcatheter angiographic embolization in the treatment of delayed haemorrhage after percutaneous nephrolithotomy. PCNL
2015 Diagnosis and management of nonvariceal upper gastrointestinal hemorrhage: European Society of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (ESGE) Guideline. ESGE, GBS, GI, NVUGIH, PPI, UGIH
2015 The current status and management of blunt adrenal gland trauma. BAGT
2013 Angiographic embolization in the treatment of arterial pelvic hemorrhage: evaluation of prognostic mortality-related factors. BE, PRAF
2013 Transcatheter embolotherapy after external surgical stabilization is a valuable treatment algorithm for patients with persistent haemorrhage from unstable pelvic fractures: outcomes of a single centre experience. ISS
2012 A comparison of surgery versus transcatheter angiographic embolization in the treatment of nonvariceal upper gastrointestinal bleeding uncontrolled by endoscopy. ---
2012 Clinical re-evaluation of the relationship between gluteal injuries and embolized arteries in patients with massive hemorrhage following pelvic fracture. ---
2012 Transcatheter embolization as the new reference standard for endoscopically unmanageable upper gastrointestinal bleeding. UGIB
10  2006 Occurrence of massive gluteal muscle necrosis following transcatheter angiographic embolization (TAE) to control pelvic hemorrhage in 6 patients. ---
11  2005 High incidence of ischemic necrosis of the gluteal muscle after transcatheter angiographic embolization for severe pelvic fracture. MRI